Emo-tinged Omaha rockers Cursive have announced a new album called Vitriola, their first since 2012’s concept album I Am Gemini. It will be the band’s eighth studio album in their 20 years of existence. Cursive currently consists of frontman Tim Kasher, returning founding drummer Clint Schnase, touring member and cellist Megan Siebe, longtime guitarist/singer Ted Stevens, founding bassist Matt Maginn, and keyboardist Patrick Newbery, who’s been with the band since 2006. Vitriola was co-produced with Mike Mogis, who has previously worked with Bright Eyes and Jenny Lewis. “Life Savings” is the first single shared off the record. Listen to it below and watch Cursive’s KEXP in-studio session with Cheryl Waters from 2009.
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